Celebrating our Sister Angie

We couldn't be more thrilled to celebrate our Sister Angie's incredible achievement in receiving a smallbusiness grant – all thanks to Visa Player of the Match! The public vote awarded Steph Catley the VisaPlayer of the Match trophy for her amazing first game of the...

Meet Tasmyn, Awhi Company

Tasmyn Roach, from Ōtorohanga New Zealand, is the founder of Awhi Company. With both Māori and Pākehā heritage, Tasmyn's business is about wrapping babies in their culture from birth. Awhi Company was born from her love of making baby blankets for close friends....

Meet Tamarin, The Better Tea Co.

Tamarin Howse, from Whangaparaoa, New Zealand, founded The Better Tea Co. in 2020. When she worked in a stressful corporate banking job, Tamarin and her colleagues would have a cup of tea together, joking that they were ‘anxietea’ sessions. She was later diagnosed...

Meet Celeste, Miluny

Celeste Iannotta is a proud Darug woman living on Wiradjuri land and founded Miluny in 2019. Based in her home town of Albury-Wodonga, NSW, she creates earth-based natural skincare products using native Australian ingredients. Running her own business gives her...

Meet Alies, FRIKA activewear

Alies Bol founded Frika Activewear in 2021 and lives in Sydney. Her family is originally from Sudan and moved to Australia when she was 14. Alies started her African-inspired leisurewear business after finding it difficult to buy clothes featuring the colourful prints...

Meet our Sister Yoko, Cooking with Koji

Founder of Cooking with Koji, Yoko Nakazawa is passionate about Japanese traditional culture and fermentation. With a keen interest in fermentation culture globally, Yoko brings deep expertise in traditional Japanese fermentation and preserving techniques, such as...

Celebrating our Global Sisters Marketplace

Celebrating our Global Sisters Marketplace

In November 2020 we launched the first online marketplace dedicated to women-led micro businesses & social enterprises. The aim was to provide a fast, efficient & affordable solution to selling online, alongside the complete suite of wrap around...

Responding to the Pink Recession

Responding to the Pink Recession

We know that women in Australia have always been more financially vulnerable than men. They are paid less (20.8% less), are twice as likely to work part-time, they have 22% less in superannuation at retirement, and are more likely to be in casual work or be dependent...